Tourism of Kerala

Kerala is probably the greenest place you will ever see, it is one of the 10 paradises in the world. The coconut palms, the red tiles houses, the innumerable lakes and beaches will remain long lasting impressions to any visitor.
The colourful festivals, various types of dances, martial arts and wildlife sanctuaries are the other attractions.
Location – Kerala is a narrow strip of land locates on the south western edge of the Indian subcontinent. It is placed between the Western Ghats mountain range on the East and the Arabian Sea on the West
Legend says that Parashuram, the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu threw his axe into the sea from Gokarnam (near present day Manglore) and it is believed the sea retreated from where his axe fell to give birth to Kerala!
Geographically, Kerala is a heady amalgam of Nature’s very best. The divine high ranges of the Western Ghats on the east. The Arabian Sea on the west. Emerald paddy fields. Virgin forests. Limpid backwaters, and beaches by the dozen, which in the days of yore, lured adventurous hearts from all over the globe.Kerala is God’s own land, untouched and unparalleled.
Kerala is a land of great natural beauty. From the majestic heights of the Western Ghats the country undulates westward presenting a scene of silent valleys clothed in the richest green. Among the many rivers that glide across the plains to merge their waters with the Arabian sea, the more important are the Periyar, the Pamba and the Bharatha puzha.
The elegant waterfalls at Vazhakal near Cochin is a popular tourist spot. Along the coast, sand dunes shelter a linked chain of lagoons and backwaters the still waters of which are studded with sea-gulls and country canoes plying at a snails pace.
For tourist, Kerala offers Nature on a platter. Sandy beaches of Kovalam, blue Lagoons at Veli, Hill stations at Ponmudi and Munnar, backwaters of Kollam and Alappuzha, greenland plantations in the highranges